About me

I was born in Cape Town, South Africa in 1977 in a town called Elsies River during Apartheid. Writing books was one of the many talents I had growing up.

If it wasn’t for my biological sister, I don’t think I would be having this focus in life. She was always reading books and trying to get better at improving her career status. I could never seem to “get ahead” in life. She always seemed to “raise her level” quite easily. This confused me until I finally got diagnosed with this interesting disorder called Attention Deficit Disorder. It made so much more sense to me.

I developed the love for writing after numerous times of being encouraged by friends to write about my life, because I had so much to tell.
I didn’t have any specific goal in life which always had me blindly punching wind. By what I’ve learned from my sister and me rehashing my adult life, I can now better understand myself and structure my path through life.

I have a unique writing style that when you read my books, it comes across as unorthodox, but you’ll get the picture.
My reviews on it speaks for itself.

ADD/ADHD vs Society vs Me: Transcendentally present in the real world.

SURVIVAL OF THE QUIRKIEST: How to use ADD/ADHD in times of desperation.

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Free ebook winners

Hi Accented family.

Just to give a quick shout out to the first five email list members. They each receive a free copy of my first book. . They will also in addition to my free copy, receive all of my up and coming books.

I have three more books coming out soon. So if you want to have a free book and receive updates on my products, be sure to leave your email here.

Inducted Accented members
1 – Marlene Kiewietz Rodriques.
2 – Ashron Kortje.
3 – Reagan Wilson.
4 – Leticia Fell.
5 – Chantelle Adonis.


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Featured on WCCO 4. My South African friend interviewed. 

Hi Accented family. 

I was so proud to see my friend on TV. He along with his wife who is a Minnesotan were interviewed by WCCO 4 this evening. It was about how they got out of a $142k debt within 5 years. He carved for himself, his wife and four children a strategic path to success using discipline and consistency. 

He played music gigs and worked odd jobs to help pay off his student loans as well as his wife’s. Luke has a supportive wife which helps tremendously. 

He is an inspiration to me and I’m sure also to his family and friends.  We all have some form of support to count on in our lives. That’s why I can count on my online like minded community of friends who support each other. I’m grateful for Stuart Ross, my online mentor who has taken me virtually by the hand to support me. 

So to conclude Luke did “today” what others don’t so that he can have tomorrow what others won’t. 

Here’s the link to Luke and his wife’s interview. 

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Join our team, The six Figure Mentors. 

Hi Accented family. 

Here at SFM which stands for Six Figure Mentors, we are a team of like-minded individuals with a common goal in mind…to empower and enrich people’s lives. 

We have a great online team that is within reach with the touch of a button. If you’d like to know more about us, you can get in contact with our online specialists. Any question you might have they can answer it. 

Whether you’re a seasoned business owner, simply wish to enrich others’ lives or have no experience with online marketing and wish to learn more, this is the right place for you. We are set on changing people’s lives through giving them the tools and the mentorship they need. 

Jay Kubassek and Stuart Ross are the founders of SFM and they’ve taught me the importance of enriching people’s lives and in turn live a fulfilled and satisfying lifestyle. 

If you’d like to know more about the Six Figure Mentors, feel free to click on the link. 


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Baseline Tennis Center saved me!

Hi Accented Family. 

Last night had me thinking of how important it is to keep active. The older you get, the more we have to think about staying active. 

As a young man, I never wanted to warm up before playing tennis. I just wanted to start right off. I can’t call myself young anymore so warming up is vital and prevents injury on a greater percentage. Last week when I played for the first time in two and a half months after my shoulder injury, I nonchalantly warmed up with no real focus on the importance of it. I lost my matches and just felt unfit and stiff. I started blaming it on the amount of time I spent not playing or being active at all. All in all I felt miserable. I couldn’t figure out how it was that I lost all my matches. Shocker! Lol

This week I carefully and consciously focused on properly warming up. I then made sure to consume a teaspoon of peanut butter to ensure some protein in my system and bottled water. I cannot tell you how much fun I had not having to feel stiff or unhappy. 

As some of you know I have ADHD and with us folk it is a matter of how we feel emotionally that determines the outcome of our activities. I’ve learned that in your relationship with others and also your personal life, you have to “warm up” before an engagement. Set up your business plan before making that first client call. Study well before writing that important exam. Do your morning rituals to ensure a positive day. I could go on, but you get the drift.

Here’s a morning motivational video I enjoyed before I started out with today: https://youtu.be/GvkRHZvCvgU

So whatever it is you do in life, do today what others won’t so you can have tomorrow what others won’t. 

ADD/ADHD vs Society vs Me: Transcendentally present in the real world.


SURVIVAL OF THE QUIRKIEST: How to use ADD/ADHD in times of desperation.
https://www.amazon.com/dp/B074HRL8NS                                                                       The Accented Guy                                     Quinnie

Back again playing my favorite sport, tennis.

Having fun playing tennis tonight. I feel much better physically which is a good sign. Yikes! Better get back on the court. Lol


I write books about my ADHD and give tips also

Hi Accented Family.

Click on the links to be taken to the site. 

ADD/ADHD vs Society vs Me: Transcendentally present in the real world.


SURVIVAL OF THE QUIRKIEST: How to use ADD/ADHD in times of desperation.

Also check out my mentor, Stuart Ross explaining about a wonderful opportunity to start your own home business.



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Roger Federer at no.1 as of today 

Hi Accented family 

It was awesome seeing Roger Federer breaking the record to be ranked number one as the oldest male tennis player at age 36. He pummeled his opponent Robin Haase of the Netherlands in three sets, 4/6 6/1 6/1.

Roger Federer got to this position by carefully working out a success strategy. In 2016 he took off six months before coming back. He has since won three grand slams and several ATP titles. 

I remember clearly the media talking about Roger Federer not being able to win another grand slam title. I on the other hand could envision him win at least a few ATP titles and one Wimbledon title, but instead he broke the boundaries no one ever dared to think he could. I’ve watched countless hours of Federer’s matches and tried his strategies out on the tennis court myself. I’ve noticed over the years he’d come up with reinvented shot making. 

Here are five points Roger keeps in mind when playing.                                   1 – Learn from loss.                                   2 – Constant quest to improve.                 3 – Targeting goals leads to success.       4 – Keep calm under stress.                     5 – Play to your strengths https://youtu.be/lZAvaVZ69Bg

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ADD/ADHD vs Society vs Me: Transcendentally present in the real world.

SURVIVAL OF THE QUIRKIEST: How to use ADD/ADHD in times of desperation.

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